Bitcoin price is currently hovering around $9,000 after surging over 21% to date in 2020. With Bitcoin reward halving coming up in May 2020, investors are extremely excited to see if this historically bullish event will end up pushing BTC to the moon or as some commentators say a dump because halving is priced in.
According to an analysis posted by PentarhUdi on TradingView, Bitcoin price is onto a big rally that will see it hitting a new high by the end of this year. The post has garnered 133,200 views to date.
The analysis is his vision of Bitcoin's future price dynamics in the context of the broken time log trend. “Bitcoin lost its huge momentum to stay in this trend,” which he said was going to happen sooner or later.
Because as Bitcoin and blockchain technology gets adopted, it starts losing its “blowing popularity,” and leave the straight-style log trend. But all the while it continues to grow in SQRT-style trend more smoothly.
Posted on December 2nd, 2018 when Bitcoin was trading just above $4,000, the analysis called for a local bottom between $1,500 and $3,000 in that month. The world’s leading digital currency won’t be breaking previous lower low at $159, obviously, but he said, “it should be 4-digits,” in the coming weeks. On Dec. 15, we hit the low at about $3,200 level.
As BTC dropped fast, going from $6,400 to $3,200 in just over a month, he said it should bounce fast to retest the last $6,000 level and “log trend at around 10000-20000. 2019-2020 AD,” and “then it should fall back to ~6000 support. This should happen up to 2020 AD.”
Interestingly, he has been right this time as well with Bitcoin hitting $13,900 in June 2019 only to drop back to $6,500 level in mid-Dec. 2019. The next step he says is “Go to new highs. Beyond 2020 year.” Although the analysis calls for a $70,000 peak, he is calling for a new all-time high in 2020-21 without an exact figure.
In 2020 AD, he is expecting bitcoin to find its place in society and its price to become relatively stable in the mid-term but continue to slowly climb in the long term.